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    • #12783

      The DV services in my area have been cut. I am told it’s a national move.

      I was lucky to have these services when I most needed them.

      I have a part time job that fits in with my kids etc. I won’t go full time for a couple of years.

      I have decided to engage passionately in DV support in my area. We women need eachother. I’m starting a coffee group for abused women.

      I can’t believe the government / council doesn’t have this as a priority. I was so lucky to be empowered by a free Pattern Changing course and weekly support and expertise- and human kindness. It’s appalling that other women won’t have this, and I am going to do something about it.

    • #12789

      Good for you Serenity the Goverment cut everything that supports the oppressed the disabled and those most in need.
      I was shocked when told by Adult services in my area that the council give no support whatsoever for DV Victims.

    • #12794

      A great idea. I’d like to do something like that when I’m stronger. You can use all your experience. You may even get lottery funding or funding from local government. Maybe to pay for a local hall. There are no support groups where I live too. Shocking x

    • #12796

      You are amazing!
      We are on our own. Like 100 years ago. We are back in the dark ages.

    • #12800

      That’s fantastic serenty yes we all do need to stick together they should be a lot more x

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